Emma Rafaelof is a senior manager on the Policy team of the Information Technology Industry Council (ITI). Before joining ITI, Emma interned at the U.S. Trade Representative’s Office of China Affairs focusing on technology policy and intellectual property issues in the U.S.-China bilateral relationship. Additionally, Emma has a background managing startups with a focus on tech-based solutions for language learning and business development. She has also worked extensively with digital media as both a video editor and a consultant for web and graphic design.
Emma is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and has limited working proficiency in Japanese. As a native of Boulder, Colorado, she graduated from the University of Colorado with a triple major in Chinese language and literature, English literature, and Asian Studies, as well as a minor in Japanese language.